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Manny stable after emergency op

A five-year-old Australian girl, critically wounded in a huge bomb blast in Indonesia, was in stable condition yesterday after emergency surgery, a doctor who operated on her at a Singapore hospital said.


Reaching out across the sea

Perhaps the greatest divide between Malaysians in the peninsula and those in Sabah and Sarawak is in the mind. SUHAINI AZNAM writes.

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Young victim of bomb blast flown to Singapore for treatment

A five-year-old Australian girl critically injured in the bomb blast outside the country's embassy in Jakarta arrived in Singapore yesterday for specialist treatment.

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Fischer wins Japan deportation delay

Chess grandmaster Bobby Fischer stayed one move ahead of US authorities yesterday when he won a delay in moves to deport him from Japan.


Special test for foreign workers

Under plans to introduce an induction course for foreign workers, those coming here from Nov 1 will have basic knowledge about the country, including what the average Malaysian looks like and what the Malaysian currency is.


Pursuit of justice

FOR many of us, the adrenaline rush of seeing justice done may be felt vicariously by watching gripping court dramas on television. For Tan Sen Kwang, a.k.a. Judge Sen K. Tan, the gratification and action are real, and part and parcel of his daily life.


Illegals beware, Ishak’s on your tail

b>Exclusive/b>: After three years and eight months as the Immigration director in Perak, Datuk Ishak Mohamed is set to lead the assault on the estimated 1.2 million illegal foreign workers in the country as head of the enforcement unit.


Pak Lah dismisses any deal with Anwar

There was no deal with Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to acquit the former deputy prime minister of the sodomy charges against him, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.


Anwar may work with Government

Committed to pursuing his agenda of I>reformasi/Ifor a civil society, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim does not rule out the prospect of working with the Government to achieve the goal.


Anwar walks out a free man

Compiled by Shantini Suntharajah (Aug 28 to Sept 3)